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Android P tipped to feature UI, navigation gestures similar to iPhone X

Android P tipped to feature UI, navigation gestures similar to iPhone X

Anticipation and rumors about the latest version of Android, currently dubbed "Android P," have been building for some time now, and while the recent beta preview for developers has revealed a few upcoming changes to the mobile OS, a new leak from Google itself may have hinted at some similarities to Apple's iPhone X. Specifically, an Android P screenshot was briefly posted on Google's Android developer blog, showing an overhauled navigation bar.

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The gold iPhone X just got exposed

The gold iPhone X just got exposed

The gold iPhone X may not have made it to Apple Stores, but it did get to the FCC, according to a newly-revealed filing that shows the unreleased smartphone. A third color option of the iPhone X was among the early rumors around the smartphone, but failed to materialize at its 2017 launch event.

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Apple leak memo leaks with threats of firing and worse

Apple leak memo leaks with threats of firing and worse

Apple has warned potential leakers that they'll face legal repercussions, instructing its staff not to leak in a memo... that promptly leaked. The threat of criminal charges came in the aftermath of a huge leak last year, where prematurely-shared software revealed details about the iPhone X which, at the time, was still the stuff of widespread rumor and speculation.

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New Gmail Confidential Mode auto-expires and locks emails

New Gmail Confidential Mode auto-expires and locks emails

Gmail's big update on the web won't just be a visual and productivity treat, it'll also apparently be a more secure one courtesy of a new Confidential Mode. The existence of the upcoming refresh was confirmed earlier this week, closely followed by a number of leaks about just what improvements it would include.

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HomePod may be struggling but Apple Music certainly isn’t

HomePod may be struggling but Apple Music certainly isn’t

Apple Music now has over 40m paid subscribers and up to 8m more in the pipeline, though that growth may well be despite, not because, of the HomePod smart speaker. The Cupertino company's streaming music service is playing catch-up to Spotify, having launched several years later.

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This “Google” 4K Android TV dongle is making us suspicious

This “Google” 4K Android TV dongle is making us suspicious

Sightings of a Google-branded 4K Android TV dongle have reignited speculation that the company will take on the Apple TV and Fire TV again. The horseshoe-shaped gadget was spotted passing through the FCC, complete with a voice-enabled remote control bearing a dedicated Google Assistant button.

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Spotify Car Player leaks: Voice-controlled 4G music streamer

Spotify Car Player leaks: Voice-controlled 4G music streamer

Spotify may be preparing to launch an in-car music system, with dedicated hardware that could allow for standalone streaming direct to the dashboard. The company announced earlier today that it was planning an event in New York City on April 24, though has been tight-lipped as to what its announcement might be.

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New Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ tipped for 2021 2.4L reboot

New Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ tipped for 2021 2.4L reboot

The fate of the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ isn't as dire as previous reports have suggested, it seems, with talk of a new, more sporting upgrade in 2021. The car, which launched in the US as a collaboration between Toyota's ill-fated Millennial-centric Scion brand and Subaru, has always walked a tightrope between affordability and performance.

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Spotify stock paves way to dangerous balancing act with labels

Spotify stock paves way to dangerous balancing act with labels

Spotify is listing on the New York Stock Exchange, but the streaming music service isn't playing the same IPO game - or the same content strategy - as on-demand rivals. The Swedish company opted for a direct listing on the NYSE, bucking the trend for splashy, capital-raising rounds as it tries to ween itself off an expensive record label dependency.

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Apple MicroLED Watch and AR smartglasses from 2019 tips report

Apple MicroLED Watch and AR smartglasses from 2019 tips report

Apple's efforts to commercialize MicroLED panels could hit stores from 2019, a new report claims, with the firm targeting displays for an upscale Apple Watch, AR glasses, and larger products like MacBooks. The new screen technology has distinct advantages over Apple's current LCD and OLED panels, including brighter screens, lower power consumption, and thinner assemblies.

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Apple’s custom Mac chips could oust Intel from 2020

Apple’s custom Mac chips could oust Intel from 2020

Apple aims to oust Intel from its Mac range with homegrown processors, and could begin the transition as soon as 2020, insiders claim. The Cupertino firm has been refining its chip design efforts for some years now, though so far focused on the iPhone and iPad which use ARM-based technologies.

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The Mercedes-AMG V12 is on borrowed time

The Mercedes-AMG V12 is on borrowed time

Bad news for big engine lovers: your chance to pick up a Mercedes-AMG V12 is rapidly narrowing with rumors that the automaker is pulling the plug on its beastliest droptop. For some time now, the upper echelons of Mercedes' performance car range have been unusually crowded, as twin-turbo V8 engines muscled in on V12 territory.

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